Tibard, the uniform and chefwear manufacturer, including flagship brand Oliver Harvey, is offering its customers wearer trials and sizing days to take the guesswork out of applying standard sizes across all garments.
With products being manufactured by businesses in and from a wide variety of countries and cultures, applying standard sizes across all garments can be a challenge, said Tibard. To ensure uniforms fit staff seamlessly then these sizing and wearer trials could make all the difference.
“We offer this service to all of our customers but we highly recommend it for substantial orders. For wearer trials, we receive an expression of interest from you and then we send your samples from each size of a product you think is right for you. You then give us your feedback after trialling the sizes with your team and if you’re happy we begin the order process. And if you’re not the process starts again. If you feel this might useful for you simply fill out the contact form below or drop us an email,” said a Tibard spokesperson.
“This is a far more detailed and time-intensive approach and we suggest this service only to businesses that have a large number of staff or are really investing in their uniform. This particular form of trial can be done using either stock or bespoke items. The first step is to agree on the products you need. Then we deliver your team with the full uniform for an agreed trial period. This is where you provide us with detailed feedback about the fit, comfort, features of each product, customer response and styling. We’ll then work with you to amend any changes you feel will enhance your uniform. The trials have ranged from a few days to months and we always ensure that we work around you.”